Annapolis - Mariners' Church

1592 Whitehall Road


    - We were planned for God's pleasure (experience real worship).
    - We were formed for God's family (enjoy real fellowship).
    - We were created to become like Christ (learn real discipleship).
    - We were shaped for serving God (practice real ministry).
    - We were made for a mission (live out real evangelism).


Frank Cook

Sunday, July 30, 2017
Very nice church experience! Wonderful Atmosphere or worship and word.

Faith Ebersole

Sunday, July 16, 2017
Been going here for nearly my entire life, 18+ years. Friendly people. Non-Denominational. Contemporary music. Have done many community out reach programs with them Such as distributing food to low income families in Annapolis and a Mission trip to Romania. Lots if Navy pride, very welcoming to Midshipmen. On Sunday they have children church, Youth group (evenings), young adult group, adult Sunday school classes and they also have VBS and many diffrent small groups during the week. Sermons can be viewed/downloaded (video or mp3) on their website or youtube, or pick up a CD of that days sermon as you walk out. The church also has a library/meeting room where you can look through many diffrent books and videos. The children's area is beautifully hand painted to look like Noah's ark, with downstairs being underwater, and upstairs inside the ark with many animals (from upstairs you can also look down below to the first floor), even the stairwells show the transition from under water to above water. Lots of easy parking. Check their website for the most up to date worship starting times. *EDIT* Just got an email stating they are moving from two worship times to one: Currently we have a service and full child care at both 9am and 10:30am. Starting July 2nd 2017 : 9am will be Young Adult Ministries and Adult Sunday School, and preschool care. 10:30am will be Worship Service and full child care (nursery to 6th grade)

A Google User

Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011
Welcoming to new people. Great

Ballad Man

Sunday, Sep. 24, 2017